After what’s been going on over the past five years, how in the world could anyone seeking to be the DoD inspector general not be familiar with the UFO issue? This is especially perplexing since the DoD Office of the Inspector General last year announced that it would be investigating the Pentagon’s handling of UFO encounters.
This is inconceivable. I mean, where has the guy been, on another planet? Ha, get it … on another planet … UFOs?!
At any rate, while this is typical, it does not inspire confidence that there will be any serious investigation.
Soon it will be seventy years since the infamous Washington flying saucer flap of 1952, an extraordinary affair in which UFOs buzzed the nation’s capital and eluded the best fighter jets of the time.
But were these UFOs of alien origin? I propose that these events were deliberate demonstrations ordered by President Harry Truman, and that the flying saucers were in fact advanced U.S. weapons under development since the end of World War II.
Anyway, as I was saying, my proposal is that the UFO flyovers were, in fact, demonstrations ordered by a skeptical president to prove the value of these platforms at a time when the military was asking for greater funding for the above-top-secret weapons.
After all, Truman pulled a similar stunt earlier in his career, when he ordered that the Flying Wing be flown over the capital to show its prowess. Unfortunately, the aircraft had engine trouble, which damaged its credibility.
By contrast, the flying saucers were a swimming success, easily out-performing state-of-the-art jet fighters. And the rest can be found somewhere in the unwritten annals of UFO history.
But I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already considered. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
The hypothesis goes like this: If the U.S. had been working on the secret field propulsion system ever since the end of World War II, then it would have been reasonably developed by the 1960s.
Therefore, it would have been the ideal platform for an anti-missile system. In the case of the saucer apparently shooting a laser beam at the missile, I propose this could have been a high-intensity strobe to demonstrate that the platform could effectively target missiles in flight.
In the case of the UFOs shutting down missiles in their silos, I propose the platform was equipped with either an electromagnetic-pulse or microwave system to temporarily disarm or deactivate these missiles. But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already contemplated. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again. This was NOT ET … this was a major clue to the ongoing and fascinating UFO riddle.
In my opinion, the U.S. military was testing a new anti-missile system using either microwaves or electromagnetic energy, mounted on our already perfected field-propulsion technology, which we had been developing since the end of World War II.
It wasn’t ET sending a message. It wasn’t some other country. It was the Pentagon.
Again, in my opinion, the Tic-Tac UFOs and all the rest are above-top-secret U.S. weapons systems.
But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
I propose this was the U.S. military demonstrating an above-top-secret method to neutralize nuclear weapons. If we can shut down our own nukes, that means we’d be able to shut down Soviet nukes.
So, on the hypothesis that we already had advanced field-propulsion vehicles by the 1960s and that we’ve actually had this capability since the early post-war period, by the 1960s this super-secret weapon was outfitted with electromagnetic pulse technology to bombard the hardened electronics in nuclear missile systems. This would have temporarily taken down these systems.
But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
Right. It’s not ET, it was never ET, from Kenneth Arnold in 1947, to the Washington, D.C., saucers in 1952, to the rural Illinois encounters in 2000, to sightings over the Hudson Valley and Belgium during the 1980s and 1990s and the Chicago O’Hare sighting in 2006, etc., etc. … it was always Uncle Sam. So, what we have is likely a series of propulsion breakthroughs. Purely terrestrial. Entirely dreamed up and executed by earthlings. Entirely shrouded in secrecy. That makes it EVEN A BIGGER story than if it had been space aliens because that means someone right here on earth has achieved this capability. We have the radar data. We have eyewitness descriptions from credible observers (military and commercial pilots, law enforcement officers, etc.) There is no question that UFOs exist. The Pentagon never intended to release those now famous Tic Tac ufo videos and only did so, grudgingly, after they were leaked to the media. Then, by insisting that these objects remain of unknown origin, officials have added more fuel to conspiracy theories about space aliens.
Another story about UFOs shutting down nuclear missile sites.
While you might think this indicates space alien involvement, I would argue just the opposite. My hypothesis is that this was the Pentagon testing new technologies to shut down the launch mechanism in the event of the Big One.
The idea is that if you can shut down your own nuke sites, penetrate the hardened electronics, evade security, etc., etc., then you should also be able to neutralize those of your adversaries.
I propose these were above-top-secret U.S. military platforms that operate using field propulsion.
I further propose the United States has had this propulsion technology, in one form or another, since the post-war period and that it has been evolving ever since. So now we see the most recent products, like the Tic Tac vehicle encountered by Navy pilots.
This just in: Congressional representatives who received a sneak-peek briefing about the upcoming UFO report have warned that the public shouldn’t expect too much. So, there won’t be any real clarity, and the issue will remain unresolved.
You know my opinion, that the most bizarre UFOs being encountered – the so-called tic tacs, for example — are actually top-secret U.S. weapons that have existed for many years. They use a field-propulsion system first developed under extreme secrecy around seventy-five years ago, and this technology has evolved over the decades.
So, it was always us, from Kenneth Arnold’s seminal sighting in 1947, to the 1952 Washington, D.C., saucers and right to the present. And by the way, doesn’t Arnold’s description resemble the Horton HO 229 bomber, designed by the Germans during WWII? The super classified platforms are not “experimental aircraft,” but fully operational weapons systems operated by an elite group within the U.S. military that is unknown to the rest of the military, unknown to Congress, unknown to the president. Under this scenario, that would mean Harry Reid’s UFO task force investigation has unwittingly exposed a Pentagon weapons system.
I see example after example of journalists trusting the Pentagon when it says, “It’s not us,” in reference to UFOs.
How many times have you read the following? “Well, the Pentagon says it’s not a top secret American weapon, so that eliminates that possibility.”
Since when do we just accept what authority tells us about something this profound? Given the legacy of deception over the years, we should be questioning every word out of their mouths when it comes to the entire subject of UFOs.
In fact, considering that the authorities are going out of their way to stress this point – that it’s not us – journalists should be even more suspicious of the whole can of worms. I can understand why people are so dubious about the idea that we could possess a propulsion system so advanced. The problem, however, is that people are not going back all the way to the time and place where the modern UFO phenomenon began.
I would argue that there hasn’t been a sudden breakthrough, but a constant evolution that began seventy-five years ago.